Redneck Side

Album: Outlaws Like Me (2011)
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  • She takes me to a party
    Dressed up in city clothes
    Pretending I'm somebody
    Everybody oughta know
    But once I get a cold beer in my hand
    There ain't no mistaken who I am

    I can't hide my redneck side
    Its in my blood till the day I die
    When I start having a real good time
    Oh I can't hide my redneck side

    I went to meet her family
    For a weekend in the sun
    A big house on the ocean
    Man we were really havin' fun
    Til they caught me in the pool at two am
    Wearin' nothin' but a farmers tan

    I can't hide my redneck side
    Its in my blood til the day I die
    When I start having a real good time
    Oh I can't hide my redneck side

    I like guitars in my music
    Muscle in my cars
    And I like girls that hang out at bars
    No one can change the way they are

    And I can't hide my redneck side
    Its in my blood til the day I die
    When I start having a real good time
    No I can't hide my redneck side
    No I can't hide my redneck side
    I can't hide my redneck side
    No I can't Writer/s: JEREMY S. STOVER, KRIS BERGSNES, RICK GILES
    Publisher: OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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